Blood, grown in a laboratory, was transfused into humans for the first time in a landmark clinical trial. According to U.K. researchers, this could significantly improve treatment for people with blood disorders and rare blood types.
There are more than 7,100 languages are spoken in the world today. But there is only one that is truly universal. We don’t speak the language with words, but describe with the action of our brains.
Our ability to reason affects the ability to predict the future. The reasoning is the process of using logical thinking to come to a conclusion.
A recent study, published in the journal Cell Stem Cell by Professor Vincent Pasque and his colleagues at KU Leuven, used stem cells to create new human cells in the lab, marking the real beginning of making artificial humans.
…in order to create artificial senses in a lab, a neural network must be trained to recognize patterns among other sensors. The most vulnerable part of this mechanism is that it can be hacked.